I have a friend who is 79, fell in her house, broke her hip, and went to nursing home for rehab. She has a friend and her daughter who are poa and back up. The poa placed her in assisted living, she thought temporarily. The poa 2 months ago had a stroke, was in hospital for a month. Her daughter took over, was reluctant when principle wanted to spend her money on groceries, a replacement cell phone. The facility manager is friends with poa. The principle has been isolated, poa daughter blocked me from visiting, the only person she wants to visit, which was regularly, her wishes are being denied by facility. Principle wanted to revoke Poa's and appoint a guardian. She wanted to go to bank and remove them off her finances. The facility told the doctor declared her incompetent in 2015. She was active in telling poa daily what she wanted done, signing her checks, directing her aides. The law in Florida says a judge has to declare her incompetent. That has not been done. If the doctor did declare her incompetent, and the poa was created afterwards, is it invalid? If is not invalid what can the principle do to get help? The poa visited her this week and told her she was not going to be her poa anymore but the principle does not believe she informed the facility. The principle told the administration she wanted me to come back in as they are ignoring her. She has no family just step children who are out if state as she cannot contact them. She wants to go back to her house with her aide service. She is paying for the assisted living.